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Listed below are the associations/clubs that have been officially recognized by the American Kennel Club as the Parent Organization for the breeds in the Non-Sporting group. These sites have a great amount of information specific to the breed they represent, including history, standards, upcoming events, and much more.

If you are interested in a particular breed in the Non-Sporting group, we highly recommend you visit the site of that breed’s parent organization, and read up as much as you can on them.

Currently there are 20 websites listed for the Non-Sporting group.

Navigate to additional listings using the links below and at the bottom of the page.

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http://www.aedca.org/American Eskimo Dog Club of America, Inc

American Eskimo Dog Club of America, Inc

The American Eskimo Dog Club of America is recognized by the AKC as the national club representing the American Eskimo Dog.

http://www.bichon.org/index.htmBichon Frise Club of America

Bichon Frise Club of America

The AKC has recognized the Bichon Frise Club of America as the official representative of the Bichon Frise breed.

http://www.bostonterrierclubofamerica.org/Boston Terrier Club of America

Boston Terrier Club of America

The Boston Terrier Club of America, AKC recognized to represent, protect and further the interensts of the Boston Terrier and its owners throughout the world.

http://www.bulldogclubofamerica.org/Bulldog Club of America

Bulldog Club of America

The Bulldog Club of America (BCA) was one of the first breed clubs to become a member of the new regulatory registry and show-approval organization, the American Kennel Club. It was formed by a dedicated group of bulldog fanciers in 1890.

http://www.cspca.com/Chinese Shar-Pei Club of America

Chinese Shar-Pei Club of America

The Chinese Shar-Pei Club of America was founded in 1974 to encourage and promote the breeding of purebred Chinese Shar-Pei and to do all possible to bring their natural qualities to perfection.

http://chowclub.org/ccci/Chow Chow Club

Chow Chow Club

The Chow Chow Club is the AKC-recognized national organization for the Chow Chow breed. Our objectives include Maintenance of a standard of excellence for the guidance of breeders, owners and judges, and Improvement of the Chow Chow breed through encouragement of effort .

http://www.usactc.org/United States of America Coton de Tulear Club.

United States of America Coton de Tulear Club.

The United States of America Coton de Tulear Club (USACTC) was founded in 1993. We offer owners, breeders and fanciers an invaluable opportunity to network with each other and share information, especially important because of the uniqueness of the Coton de Tulear breed.

http://www.thedca.org/Dalmatian Club of America

Dalmatian Club of America

Founded in 1905, the Dalmatian Club of America represents nearly 1,000 Dalmatian breeders and fanciers across the United States and around the world. We are dedicated to promoting, preserving, and protecting the wonderful Dalmatian breed.

http://www.finnishspitzclub.org/Finnish Spitz Club of America

Finnish Spitz Club of America

Formed in 1975, the Finnish Spitz Club of America (FSCA) is the AKC approved National Parent Club for Finnish Spitz in the United States. It is dedicated to encouraging, promoting, and protecting purebred Finnish Spitz, and doing all possible to educate and advance the interests of the breed.

http://fbdca.org/French Bull Dog Club of America

French Bull Dog Club of America

Founded in 1897, the French Bull Dog Club of America (FBDCA) is the oldest club in the world dedicated to the French Bulldog breed. It was a dispute about ears that prompted the founding of the French Bull Dog Club of America - read about it on their site.

http://www.keeshond.org/Keeshond Club of America

Keeshond Club of America

The Keeshond Club of America is the AKC member club designated by the American Kennel Club as the parent club for the Keeshond breed in the United States. The Keeshond Club of America has over 500 members throughout the United States that are dedicated to preserving, protecting and advancing the Keeshond breed.

http://www.lhasaapso.org/American Lhasa Apso Club

American Lhasa Apso Club

The American Lhasa Apso Club is dedicated to encourage and promote the breeding of pure-bred Lhasa Apsos and to do all possible to bring their natural qualities to perfection, and to urge members and breeders to accept the standard of the breed as approved by the American Kennel Club as the only standard of excellence by which Lhasa Apsos shall be judged.

http://www.thelowchenclubofamerica.org/Löwchen Club of America

Löwchen Club of America

The Löwchen Club of America was founded in 1971. Originally named the Little Lion Dog Club of America, the club's initial mission was to create and maintain a breed registry for the Löwchen in the United States.

http://nlaainc.com/Norwegian Lundehund Association of America

Norwegian Lundehund Association of America

The Norwegian Lundehund Association of America, Inc. was founded on the need for open communication and exchange amongst its members and the public, the desire to foster fair competition and good sportsmanship, and to do everything in its power to protect this ancient and unique breed. The future of the Lundehund now rests in the hands of breeders around the world.

http://www.poodleclubofamerica.org/Poodle Club of America

Poodle Club of America

The Poodle Club of America is a member of the American Kennel Club and, as such, is the only National Poodle Breed Club which is recognized and sanctioned by the AKC. Clearly, we love our Poodles and we want them to be exhibited where they can be seen and appreciated for their intelligence, beauty and their irrepressible personalities.

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